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Exy (rapper)

Chu So-jung, better known by her stage name Exy, is a South Korean rapper, singer and songwriter. She debuted as a member and leader of South Korean girl group Cosmic Girls under Starship and Yuehua Entertainment in 2016.

                                               

Hawthara ibn Suhayl

Hawthara ibn Suhayl al-Bāhilī was a Bedouin Arab administrator and military leader in the final years of the Umayyad Caliphate. The philosopher al-Kindī describes him as famous for his eloquence. Hawthara was appointed wālī governor of Egypt in A ...

                                               

List of Kims Convenience episodes

Kims Convenience is a Canadian television sitcom that premiered on CBC Television in October 2016. The series depicts the Korean Canadian Kim family who run a convenience store in the Moss Park neighbourhood of Toronto: parents "Appa" and "Umma" ...

                                               

Arno (disambiguation)

Arno name, including a list of people and fictional characters with the surname and given name Arno of Salzburg c. 750–821, bishop and archbishop of Salzburg Arno singer Arnold Charles Ernest Hintjens, born 1949, Belgian singer

                                               

Kiliki language

KiLiKi is a fictional language originally created by Madhan Karky for the 2015 Indian epic adventure film Baahubali: The Beginning. It has 750 words and 40 grammar rules and is written using 22 symbols. The language is intended to be very easy to ...

                                               

Pipara

Pipara or Pipa was the daughter of Attalus, king of the Marcomanni in present-day Bohemia. She is notable for having a love affair with the emperor Gallienus, having been given to him by Attalus as a tool of appeasement. Attalus invasion was one ...

                                               

Sukriti Kakar

Sukriti Kakar is an Indian playback singer born in New Delhi. Kakar rose to prominence after recording title song from the film Boss composed by Meet Bros which featured Yo Honey Singh. Since then she has sung many songs most notably, "Kar Gayi C ...

                                               

The Silence of the Marsh

The Silence of the Marsh also known as The Swamps Silence is a 2019 Spanish mystery thriller web film written and directed by Marc Vigil on his directorial debut. The film stars Pedro Alonso, Àlex Monner and Carmina Barrios in the lead roles. The ...

                                               

Marshal (2019 film)

Abhi, a medical salesman, is a big fan of "Super Star" Sivaji, to the chagrin of his family, friends, and co-workers. Despite his efforts, he is unable to take a selfie with his favorite film actor. Meanwhile, Megha, a journalist, exposes that a ...

                                               

Government in exile of the Commonwealth of the Philippines

On the morning of 8 December, 1941, the Japanese invaded the Philippines. The invasion began with landings at Bataan Island, and followed the bombing of the U.S. base at Pearl Harbor a few hours earlier. President Manuel L. Quezon was in Baguio r ...

                                               

Federal District of Brazil (1891–1960)

The Federal District was an administrative division of Brazil created by the Brazilian Constitution of 1891. During the Empire of Brazil the administrative unit that corresponded to this territory was designated the Neutral Municipality. It was a ...

                                               

Union of Belgian Stoneworkers

The Union of Belgian Stoneworkers was a trade union representing quarry workers in Belgium. The union was founded in 1889 as the National Association of Stone and Plaster Workers. It included quarry workers, stonemasons, and paviours, although th ...

                                               

321st

321st may refer to: 321st Air Expeditionary Group 321 AEG, a provisional United States Air Force Air Combat Command unit 321st Engineer Battalion United States, Army Reserve battalion during World War II and Operation Iraqi Freedom 321st Division ...

                                               

Red Moon (Kard EP)

Red Moon is the fourth extended play by South Korean co-ed group Kard. It was released on February 12, 2020, by DSP Media and distributed by Kakao M. The EP consists of five tracks, including the previously released single "Dumb Litty" and the ti ...

                                               

Pascual Sala

Pascual Sala Sanchez is a Spanish jurist. He was previously president of the Spanish Supreme Court and of the General Council of the Judiciary, and was later president of the Spanish Constitutional Court.

                                               

National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management

National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management is a higher education institute deemed-to-be-university operating under the Ministry of Food Processing Industries. It offers academic curriculum in food technology and supply ...

                                               

Gen Atem

Gen Atem is a visual and performance artist, musician, writer, and Zen-master. He lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland.

                                               

Riviere aux Outardes (Saguenay River)

The Riviere aux Outardes is a tributary of the Saguenay River, flowing in the municipality of Saint-Fulgence, in the Le Fjord-du-Saguenay Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, in the province of Qu ...

                                               

Kammatograph

The Kammatograph was a system for motion pictures patented in 1898 in the UK by Leonard Ulrich Kamm and marketed to the general public from 1900. It used a circular glass plate rather than a spool of film for the images.

                                               

Septicia gens

The gens Septicia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. Hardly any members of this gens are mentioned in ancient writers, but a number are known from inscriptions. The most famous of the Septicii was Gaius Septicius Clarus, Prefect of t ...

                                               

Graham

Graham baronets For people with "Graeme" as a given name see All pages with titles beginning with Graeme For people with "Graham" as a given name see All pages with titles beginning with Graham Graham given name, an English language given name Gr ...

                                               

Polynesian Paralysis

Polynesian paralysis is a term describing the relaxed lifestyle in the Hawaiian islands and the spirit of aloha reflecting the love of the Hawaiian people. Far away from the haste, anxiety, and impatience that makes the rest of the world stressed ...

                                               

Wolfgang Lippert (pilot)

Wolfgang Lippert was a World War II Luftwaffe Flying ace. Lippert was credited with 30 victories, five of which were scored in the Spanish Civil War.

                                               

Der Komunist (Vilna)

Der Komunist was a Yiddish language daily newspaper published from Vilna between December 26, 1918 and April 3, 1919. It was an organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Lithuania and Belorussia. The inaugural issue of Der Komunist ...

                                               

Daya Shankar (admiral)

Vice Admiral Daya Shankar PVSM, DSC was a decorated Indian Navy admiral, naval engineer and the first Indian Armed Forces officer to hold the appointment of Controller General Defence Production.

                                               

Vladimir Malygin

Vladimir Ardalionovich Malygin is a Russian diplomat. He has served in various diplomatic roles since the 1970s, and has been the incumbent Ambassador of Russia to Malta since December 2014.

                                               

Sidski Banovci railway station

Sidski Banovci railway station is a railway station on Novska–Tovarnik railway in Croatia. The station is operated by Croatian Railways, the state-owned railway company. It is located at the southern edge of the village of Banovci which itself wa ...

                                               

Mayo Rally

The Mayo Stages Rally was first held in 1983. Niall Maguire holds the honor of the most rally wins - 4. The latest event in 2020 was won by Donagh Kelly. Most stage wins was achieved by Declan Boyle - 25.

                                               

Luigi Punzolo

Luigi Punzolo was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See for thirty years. He became an archbishop in 1955 and served as Apostolic Nuncio until 1967. He spent another ten years as a diocesan ...

                                               

New Hampshire (disambiguation)

New Hampshire is a state in the United States of America. New Hampshire may also refer to: USS New Hampshire SSN-778, a Virginia-class submarine commissioned in 2008 USS New Hampshire 1864, a storeship New Hampshire, Ohio, an unincorporated commu ...

                                               

Absa Bank Botswana Limited

Absa Bank Botswana Limited, formerly known as Barclays Bank of Botswana Limited, is a commercial bank in Botswana, licensed by the Bank of Botswana, the countrys central bank and national banking regulator.

                                               

Manistee

Manistee may refer to: Manistee, Michigan Manistee, Alabama Manistee County-Blacker Airport Manistee County, Michigan USS Manistee YT-173 US Navy tugboat SS Manistee, Second World War-era merchant vessel Manistee Railroad, Michigan Manistee shipw ...

                                               

Crimsix

Ian Porter, better known by his online alias Crimsix, is an American professional Call of Duty player for the Dallas Empire and Twitch video game streamer. As an esports competitor he has represented multiple organisations in multiple games title ...

                                               

North Dakota (disambiguation)

North Dakota is a state in the United States. North Dakota may also refer to: USS North Dakota SSN-784, submarine North Dakota State Bison athletic teams representing the state university North Dakota State University USS North Dakota BB-29, form ...

                                               

Kittanning

Kittanning may refer to: Kittanning, Pennsylvania, United States West Kittanning, Pennsylvania, United States Kittanning Path, a major east-west Native American trail used during the 18th century in Western Pennsylvania, United States Kittanning ...

                                               

Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite

Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite is a 2015 Australian television documentary, which celebrates 30 years of the soap opera Neighbours. It first aired on Network Ten and Eleven on 16 March 2015, two days before the show celebrated its 30th annive ...

                                               

Mazra-ē sabz-e falak

The poem Mazra-ē sabz-e falak is a ghazal by the 14th-century Persian poet Hafez of Shiraz. It has been called "the second most debated ghazal of Hafiz, the first being the Shirazi Turk". It is no. 407 in the edition of Hafezs ghazals by Muhammad ...

                                               

Goftā borūn sodī

Goftā borūn sodī is a seven-verse ghazal by the 14th-century Persian poet Hāfez. It is no. 406 in the collection of Hafezs ghazals, which are arranged alphabetically by their rhyme, in the edition of Muhammad Qazvini and Qasem Ghani. The poem is ...

                                               

Underwater Association

The Underwater Association was a research association focused on the conduct of research underwater by diving scientists and archaeologists. It was established by a group of UK scientists in Malta in 1966 to assist in the organisation and publica ...

                                               

Behavioural archaeology

Behavioural archaeology is an archaeological theory that expands upon the nature and aims of archaeology in regards to human behaviour and material culture. The theory was first published in 1975 by American archaeologist Michael B. Schiffer and ...

                                               

Anna Maria Horner

Anna Maria Horner is an artist, author and fabric designer in Nashville, Tennessee, known for her colorful fabric designs, quilts, and sewing patterns. In addition to teaching classes and selling items globally under her namesake brand, she has w ...

                                               

Bulacans 1st congressional district

Bulacans 1st congressional district is one of the five congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Bulacan. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Asse ...

                                               

Mvara Secondary School

The school is located in Mvara, Mvara Parish, Arua Hill Sub-county, within the city of Arua, the largest urban centre in the West Nile sub-region, in northwestern Uganda. The school campus is approximately 3.5 kilometres 2 mi, by road, southeast ...

                                               

Coronation of the Burmese Monarch

Abhiseka or sometimes known as Rajabhiseka was one of the most important rituals of the Burmese Kingdom. Similar to the neighboring countries Thailand, Cambodia and Laos the ceremony is largely influenced by the Indian Hindu Culture.Most of them ...

                                               

Face au Mur

Face au Mur is a Canadian game show which premiered on January 18, 2018 on TVA. The show, an adaptation of the U.S. game show The Wall and a Tagline in France. is hosted by Quebecois host Maripier Morin. The show was ran for one season and the ma ...

                                               

Orange County

Orange County, Virginia Orange County, New York, part of the New York metropolitan area Orange County, Florida, containing Orlando Orange County, Texas Orange County, North Carolina Orange County, Vermont Orange County, California, part of the Lo ...

                                               

Julian Livingston Peabody

Julian Livingston Peabody was a well-known American architect and soldier who drowned on board the SS Mohawk during a collision with a cargo ship.

                                               

Administrative divisions of the Dutch East Indies

The Dutch East Indies was a Dutch colony consisting of what is now Indonesia. It was divided into three Gouvernementen - Groot Oost, Borneo and Sumatra - and three provincies in Java. Provincies and Gouvernementen were both divided into Residenci ...

                                               

PAE

Post Antibiotic Effect, the period of time following removal of an antibiotic drug during which there is no growth of the target organism Prostatic artery embolization, a treatment for benign prostatic hypertrophy. Power added efficiency, a perce ...

                                               

RPR

Flopristin or RPR 132552A, an antibiotic Rapid plasma reagin, a screening test for syphilis RPRD2 gene, which encodes the KIAA0460 protein RPR problem diagnosis, to find the cause of IT problems RprA RNA, a gene